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« on: May 06, 2016, 01:55:01 PM »

would you extend rpm up to 12000 rpm. because most of the vehicle i tuned it's rev up to 10000 rpm. the software i bought i used it stopped at 7500 rpm.
my email: phammotorsports@outlook.com
please let me know how to edit the rpm graph.
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« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2016, 02:14:41 PM »

Thanks for sending the CSV file via email.  There is no upper limit on RPM: TT-Dyno stops the run when it detects decreasing RPM's for a few data points.  If you look at your CSV file, you'll see that around the 7500 RPM mark we have these lines of data WRT RPM:

7500
7440
7381
7352

And then it starts increasing again.  I'm not sure whether the throttle was released at that point or it's an anomaly in the log, but if you "prune out" those lines where RPM decreases, it should continue on up to the max RPM.  Just delete any lines where it shows RPM decreasing and save a new CSV.

Regards,
Mike
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